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    Not always the case with Knorr products, their beef bouillon contains yeast, and it does NOT disclose its source of yeast, GlutenfreeWatchdog.com reminds us to stay away from companies who do not clearly mark their packages, and I am sick of being sick, ASSUMING if it’s not on the Label, then it’s not in the product is a false, misleading, and a dangerous place to be. Just spend your money on clea...
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    The gene test is far from being definitive since only a small portion of those with the genes actually develop celiac disease whereas a relatively large proportion of the population have the genes. It takes some kind of triggering event for the genes to be expressed. But if turns out you don't have the genes then you could look elsewhere for what is causing your issues.